Monthly Archives: July 2010

Early attrition and drop out in eLearning

Early attrition in eLearning In part, this blog entry draws on a couple of conference presentations and journal articles that I have given or written. It is a topic about which I hear a lot of conversations, often as a … Continue reading

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How long is a piece of string?

I recently presented at a blended learning conference in Auckland to an audience of mostly corporate learning and development people. This was a new experience as I’ve only ever presented to predominately academic audience conferences, so it was very interesting … Continue reading

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Not Another Bloody eLearning Blog

I suppose this blog is an attempt unpack stuff in my head that I’ve collected from a decade of eLearning. Why exactly I need to do this is not yet fully clear to me, but maybe it will become so, as I “unpack” stuff and have a good look at what’s there. My hope is that as I do this not only will I get some clarity about what I already know, and that it will shed some light on what else I need to focus on and maybe even open myself up to new types of learning and ways of knowing. Continue reading

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